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Djiriba Waagura

Djiriba Waagura

 

A few weeks ago I had the absolute privilege of experiencing and incredible tour hosted by Matt and his cousin Mick from Djiriba Waagura. Djiriba Waagura (meaning ‘two crows’ in Dhurga Language) is an Indigenous tour operator based on the south coast of Sydney, the traditional home of the Yuin Nation.

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  • Sydney Beaches

Sydney Beaches

Where are the best Sydney beaches? We’ve long been researching a Sydney tour that we, as locals, believe can really show our visitors the immense beauty of Sydney’s wonderful nature. These scenic locations are not easily accessible without a vehicle. And so, they are often missed by the vast majority of our visitors.

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Hunter Valley Winery Tour

What is the difference between a Hunter Valley winery tour and a wine tour? It’s something that comes up often enough and in all honesty, it’s usually me who brings up the issue. This is because a lot of my guests refer to our tour as a winery tour. And, on certain days it is…well, sort of. But it may not be. Very often it will simply be a wine tour. Or, more specifically, a vineyard tour!

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  • Destination NSW

Visit NSW

For those of you on your way to Sydney and keen to explore some other areas of the state of New South Wales, let us point you in the right direction. Visit NSW! As you no doubt know, Australia is HUGE! And exploring the whole country can literally take years.

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  • Hunter Valley Blog

Guest Blogs

Over the years we have met some really wonderful travellers. Excited with wide eyes and an appetite for something new. Seeing how our guests respond to our experience throughout the day is always fun. When we read their Hunter Valley blog, it’s all the more rewarding! There is a lot of effort put into these blogs so I thought it would be nice to share a number with you.

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  • Sydney Harbour Cruise

Social Day Out

Have you ever taken part in a social day out? If not, why not? One of the difficulties I found travelling, particularly when I was single, is finding friends to travel with. A lot has to align. Firstly you need to find someone who wants to go to the same place. then they will need to have time off to go when you wish to go. You also need to have a similar budget. And you need to also have similar interests. There’s no point travelling with someone who prefers to relax when you want to be adventurous. Nor with someone who prefers hotels over camping or Michelin star restaurants over hole in the walls.

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  • How Many Vineyards Should We Visit?

How Many Is Too Many?

When I first started offering Hunter Valley wine tours, my initial plan was to visit as many vineyards as possible. One of the reasons why was because when I began approaching local travel agents in the hope that they might sell my tour, there first two questions were ‘How much?’ and ‘How many vineyards do you visit?’. And so it began with a healthy 5! As no other tour was visiting 5 vineyards, so the idea was to try and produce a tour better than what the others were offering.

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Qantas Crew Day Out

What a brilliant day we had last Sunday with our Qantas Day Out. It was my wife’s official last day working with Qantas after 21 years. Like many, she was offered and accepted voluntary redundancy. It was a difficult decision and would leave behind an amazing career with a great company. So, along with a few of her Qantas colleagues we experimented with a Qantas tribute/farewell tour and it was so much fun! Perfect way to finish her Qantas chapter.

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Picnic Lunch

A few weeks ago, we had a last minute group booking that wanted to experience a day trip to the Hunter Valley and include a gourmet lunch. It was a group of 10 so by this time, every venue I rang in the Hunter Valley was either booked out (for that group size) or had an available time that was either really early or super late. However the group had to eat somewhere! ‘Why don’t you organise a picnic lunch at a vineyard?’ my wife suggested. A great idea!

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